No Mercy (Sgt Major Crane story) [NOOK Book]

Overview

No Mercy:
"In my experience, those who beg for mercy seldom deserve it." Sgt Major Crane says to Billy. But how do other people react when someone begs for mercy? No Mercy is a short story leading Crane through several twists and turns, until he uncovers the truth.
There are four mystery stories in this collection and excerpts from the Sgt Major Crane novels. "Mercilessly well written"

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No Mercy (Sgt Major Crane story)

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Overview

No Mercy:
"In my experience, those who beg for mercy seldom deserve it." Sgt Major Crane says to Billy. But how do other people react when someone begs for mercy? No Mercy is a short story leading Crane through several twists and turns, until he uncovers the truth.
There are four mystery stories in this collection and excerpts from the Sgt Major Crane novels. "Mercilessly well written"

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044192935
  • Publisher: Wendy Cartmell
  • Publication date: 12/13/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 31,481
  • File size: 110 KB

Meet the Author

Wendy Cartmell has a BA (Hons) degree in English and Education and is a former teacher, PR manager and editor of a large corporate newspaper. She recently turned her hand to crime writing resulting in a new crime series featuring Sgt Major Crane of the Special Investigations Branch, drawing on her husband’s 22 years service in the British Army.
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  • Posted December 7, 2013

    Great anthology. *Book source ~ Many thanks to the author for p

    Great anthology.

    *Book source ~ Many thanks to the author for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.

    No Mercy has five short stories and an excerpt from Steps to Heaven, the first book in the Sgt Major Crane series.

    Well-written and easy to fit into about 10 or 15 minutes of free time, each story is a good read.  Short stories are my Achilles Heel. I have a hard time writing about them without giving anything away. So I will just say that I enjoyed each one. I’m not exactly sure which genre they are other than fiction, but I would feel most comfortable slotting them under suspense.

    I’ve already read Steps to Heaven, so I skipped the excerpt, but of the five shorts I’d say that "What If…?" was my favorite.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2013

    9 short stories 70 pages total

    There are nine short stories in this 70 page book. They are all mysteries. There is violence, some vivid. All are well written and edited. This book was free. I would like to read a full length book by this author. I usually do not like many short stories, so this book was a nice surprize. Men would enjoy this also. Ages 16 and up.

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    Guy, looks a lot like his father, same hair as him. (Search sasuke at age 13. His hair is like his. Same style same placement of headband and everything. ) Age:13. He wears a black zip up hoodie over a black shirt and dark jeans. He has the sharingan, and all the abilities of his father, Sasuke Uchiha. He can control fire, an extra power from his mother. He loves his headband.

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